KO

KO stands for

  • Cathode ray oscilloscope, electrical engineering and electronics
  • Club chairman, the chairman of a group of deputies in the Austrian National Council
  • Bankruptcy law, legal work: German Law: to 1999 valid predecessor of the Insolvency Act ( Germany )
  • Austrian law: to 2010 valid predecessor of the Insolvency Act ( Austria )

KO as distinguishing signs on license plate:

  • Albania: Circle Korçë ( discontinued)
  • Germany: district-free city Koblenz
  • Greece: Rodopi ( Komotini ) (without KOH KOK, LAD )
  • UK: Northampton
  • Macedonia Kocani
  • Montenegro: Kotor
  • Netherlands: Army ( with only two letters)
  • Austria: District Korneuburg
  • Serbia: Kovin

Ko or Kō is the surname of:

  • Ko A- ra ( * 1992), South Korean badminton player
  • Ko Ah -seong (* 1992), South Korean actress
  • Ko Gi- hyun ( born 1986 ), South Korean Shorttrackerin
  • Joycelyn Ko ( born 1986 ), Canadian badminton player
  • Lydia Ko (* 1997), New Zealand professional golfer
  • Minoru Kō (*?), Japanese actress
  • Ko So -young (born 1972 ), South Korean actress
  • Ko Sung- hyun (* 1987), South Korean badminton players
  • Ko Un ( born 1933), Korean poet and writer
  • Ko Yong -hi (1953-2004), wife of North Korean Kim Jong- il

Ko is

  • An alternative name of the Akha, a mountain people in Southeast Asia
  • An African language, see Ko (language)
  • A city in Ghana, see Ko (Ghana)
  • The name of the position in Ko board game Go
  • A Dutch pop duo, see Gebroeders Ko

Is kō

  • One of the early Japanese Five kings of Wa

The abbreviation knockout or k O. (with spaces) is

  • Knocked out (English) - loss of consciousness, see Knockout ( Sports )
  • " No disclosure " - in business reports, see also operating and business secrets

Ko represents

  • The file name extension *. ko ( "kernel object" ) for kernel modules
  • Kilo octet, a thousand times a data unit that consists of eight bits, see octet ( computer science )
  • The Korean language ( ISO 639-1 )

Co- (also co) as Latin prefix meaning

  • " Together ( with others) ", for example, co-author, Kotrainer

See also:

  • Knocked Out
  • Koh
  • K0 ( K zero)
  • Set of Erdos -Ko - Rado theorem from set theory
  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation
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